What is freelancing and how to become a freelancer

 



 

Freelancing is one of the most talked about topics for young people in our country today. Although this is still new in our country, many have already been able to completely change their destiny through freelancing. You can build your future career in freelancing at the end of your studies or with your studies. Freelancing is a huge multi-billion dollar market. Developed countries outsource to reduce the cost of work. Our neighbors India and Pakistan have taken advantage of that opportunity very well. If we can also harness a small part of the huge market of freelancing, it can be a powerful tool to strengthen our economy.
Freelancing is the freedom to do whatever you want outside of the traditional job. With the advent of the Internet, you can now easily become a freelancer. On the one hand, just as there is freedom to work when you want, so there is freedom to choose different types of work. Online freelancing also has unimaginable potential in terms of income. New work is coming here every moment. You can successfully build yourself as a freelancer in any one or more areas of programming, graphics design, website, games, 3D animation, project management, software bug testing, data entry. But  first you have to prepare yourself with a little patience and a few things in mind. This report is designed to help you successfully express yourself as a new freelancer.
There are many popular websites on the internet that offer freelancing services called Freelance Marketplace. You can start by registering in any of these. Those who submit jobs on these websites are called Buyers or Clients and those who complete these tasks are called Freelancers or Service Providers. Numerous freelancers bid for a job and specify how much it will cost to complete the job. From these, the client can choose whomever he wants. Generally, previous work experience, amount of money and freelancer comments when bidding play an important role in selecting a freelancer. After selecting the freelancer, the client deposits the full amount of work on those sites. This guarantees to get the money immediately after the work is completed. For the entire service, the freelancer has to pay a certain part of the work to that site as a fee or commission. This amount varies from website to website (10% to 20%). Here are some popular freelancing websites:

Freelancer www.freelancer.com

Upwork www.upwork.com

Www.upwork.com is a popular marketplace for freelancing. Launched in 2003, this freelance marketplace has long been known as Odesk.com. In 2005, another popular freelancing marketplace, Elance, merged with Elance.com to form Upwork. Here a freelancer can do it at a fixed price or as an hour. The client may hire you for the entire project or for a specific period of time (for a few weeks or a few months). You must specify the value of your work every hour at the time of registration. The client will pay you exactly the amount of money you have worked at the end of the work. In order to determine the time you spend working, you need to have software running, which will send screenshots of your desktop and other information to the client at regular intervals. As a result, the client can easily determine if you are working at that time. However, like other sites, there are many jobs available where a certain amount of money is paid for the entire project. You have to pay 10% commission for each job on this site. Since most of the work is paid as hours, it is possible to earn much more from this site than other sites. See the http://www.freelancerstory.com/category/upwork/ link articles for details on how upwork works.

People Per Hour www.peopleperhour.com

People Per Hour or “PPH” (PeoplePerHour.com) is an online marketplace based in the United Kingdom. A skill-selling marketplace is similar to the traditional online marketplaces that offer opportunities to outsource or freelance different jobs.
PPH is an online freelance marketplace, like eight out of ten marketplaces, but the basic structure is the same, but PPH has a number of features that are different from other marketplaces, a little different and interesting.
In other words, PPH is a crowdsourcing platform, meaning that if a trader or buyer buys a specific service or job at auction from a freelancer or outsourcer without moving to a professional office, it can be called a crowdsourcing example.
Here, the contractor who wants to give the job can easily post the job as a buyer, and the person who will outsource the work can also sell his skills as a seller. At the same time you can buy a job, then display it for sale, from where thousands of buyers or clients will be able to choose the desired job.
The number of online marketplaces is increasing day by day, but to be appreciated globally, each marketplace needs a number of features, such as acceptability, job opportunities, competitive balance, financial withdrawal facilities, etc.
Not long ago, PPH started its journey, in 2007 Genius Trisivalu and Sims Kitares jointly launched the web-based company. Branches are located in London and New York City. At the moment, the number of active users in PPH is around two and a half million, out of which one hundred and eighty thousand are freelancers and seventy thousand are clients or buyers. And this is why there is a lot of demand for independent freelancers outside PPH companies. For details on how to work in People Per Hour, see the articles at this link http://www.freelancerstory.com/category/people-per-hour/.

Fiber www.fiverr.com

Fivever (www.fiverr.com) is a fast growing international online marketplace where freelancers (commonly referred to as sellers) create various packages of services suitable for buyers depending on their scope of work and skills. Services made up of one or more such packages on Fiber are known as gigs, which range in price from 5 to ০০ 500. Note that Fiber charges 1 for ever5 gig sold; This means that 20% of any amount is deducted and 60% of the revenue is credited to the seller’s account. However, Fiber currently has over 3 million gig offers on various services. Fiber was founded in 2009 by Shai Wininger and Micha Kaufman, and is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel. See the http://www.freelancerstory.com/category/fiverr/ link articles for details on how to work on fiber.

Guru www.guru.com

Guru (www.guru.com) is a popular freelance marketplace with web design, graphics design, SEO, affiliate marketing, Android apps development, software development, article writing and many more.

Nineteen Designs www.99designs.com

Joomlancers www.joomlancers.com

Only Joomla’s work is available on this site. Joomla is an open source content management system. Those who are proficient in Joomla can bid on this site. About 5500 freelancers have registered here and about 150 jobs are available every day. The coder has to pay 10% of the commission for each job on this site. You can also become a Gold Member on this site. To become a Gold Member you must pay 50 per month.

How to become a freelancer

To be a freelancer you need to be proficient in any one aspect of computer. Such as – web design, graphics design, SEO, affiliate marketing, Android apps development, software development, article writing, etc. If you are proficient in any one of these subjects you can do freelancing and if you are not proficient in any of these subjects then you have to acquire proficiency in any one of these subjects first. You will be able to do freelancing after acquiring skills.



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